Question about Dell Inspiron 1750 Laptop
Hi. I'm trying to fix a Dell Inspiron 1750 laptop for a friend of mine. The PC repair shop said it was the motherboard and would charge 200 to repair so I found a new motherboard for 69. Before the refitting the motherboard, the laptop would begin booting i.e. the CPU fan would start going and the white light on the front turns on, but the laptop fails to begin POST and nothing is shown on screen. My friend did say that they had been using the laptop without battery fitted for some time without issue. However after fitting new motherboard, the same issue is occurring. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi, the power jack must be removed by a strip out and de solder of jack and a new one fitted. I was lucky a guy took £30 for the job.
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
Most laptops that I have worked on that power off that quickly turned out to be an overheating problem. Is the cooling fan running for the brief period that you can hear the hard drive before it powers off ? If the fan is running another potential resolution might be to remove the processor and apply new thermal paste.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
Hey, i have a solution to this - it involves a cold solder joint on C34 (i believe, i repaired mine a while ago) - but i took pics and stuff. If you need help, feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, or AIM: crossan007
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
Usually this happens when the vista boot loader fails. During boot up, keep tapping F8 and then select Disable Automatic Restart... and get the stop error code which usually starts with 0x
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
Unseat and reseat the memory in the laptop one stick at a time in each slot one at a time. Turn on the laptop after each reseat of memory.
If that doesn't work then take out the hard drive and then the dvd drive.
Turn the laptop on again and if you still can't get video on the screen then the motherboard is defective and would need to be replaced.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
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